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Industrial & Vehicle Systems

Sioux Falls Fire and Safety

Justice Fire & Safety of Sioux Falls can protect most vehicles, industrial applications and paint spray booths with a Dry Chemical Fire Suppression System from Amerex or Ansul.

We specialize in industrial vehicles, buses, storage areas, unloading areas, and paint booth protection. Dry Chemical Fire Suppression Systems can have either fusible link or electronic detection and activation. We can provide protection for local application, tank side, total flooding, vehicle paint spray booths, and open front spray booth hazards. Systems are pre-engineered and shall be listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc to standard 1254.

Sioux Falls Fire Safety

Vehicle Systems

THE AMEREX ADVANTAGE
Fire destroys billions of  dollars worth of industrial equipment every year. It causes manpower losses, decreased property value, and in many cases, loss of human lives. Yet many companies fail to properly protect their workers and industrial equipment from its damaging effect. That’s why there is Amerex.

Amerex is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of fire fighting equipment, with more engineering, manufacturing and quality control experience than anyone else in the industry. We can protect your equipment from fire with a suppression system designed specifically for you. 

Vehicle Fires

LIFE PROTECTOR
Whether it is an operator sitting high atop a loader or your children riding in their school bus, Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems are designed first and foremost to protect human life. Our systems are designed and installed to suppress a fire before it can reach the operator or passenger areas, quickly and efficiently.


REDUCE DAMAGE & DOWNTIME
Industrial vehicles are plagued with potential fire hazards. Amerex can effectively identify these hazards and protect your equipment against them with a fixed fire suppression system. Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems are designed to warn the operator and suppress the fire, protecting both equipment and employees. Our automatic systems suppress the fire in its earliest stages before it becomes fully established and spreads into highly combustible areas. As a result, damage is limited and equipment downtime is held to a minimum. Considering the protection provided, these systems are cost-efficient. In fact, the cost of installing an Amerex system to protect your equipment can be compared to a penny protecting a ten-dollar bill.

 

REDUCE INSURANCE COST
Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression Systems may make it easier to obtain insurance and also help you to qualify for lower premiums. As the costs of heavy-duty vehicles rise, insurance rates escalate accordingly. Many insurance companies have recognized a reduction in claims paid out due to the  presence of a fixed vehicle fire suppression system. The Amerex Vehicle Fire Suppression System will lower your fire risk, which can lower your insurance premiums. The key phrase is “material change of risk.” Ask your insurance agent.

Amerex Industrial Equipment

Justice Fire & Safety of Sioux Falls can service/inspect industrial systems from just about any supplier. But we also proudly install systems manufactured by Amerex. If you need full-time fire protection in a high-risk area, please continue to the link provided below.

Ansul Industrial Equipment

Justice Fire & Safety of Sioux Falls  services/inspects industrial systems from about any supplier. We proudly install systems manufactured by Ansul. If you need full-time fire protection in a high-risk area, please continue to the link provided below.

Service Information

Trained personnel should perform annual inspections include checking weight to ensure fullness and a visual inspection for corrosion, missing parts or labeling and condition of those parts, and that the tamper seals are not broken. 


A continuity test of the hose assembly is required annually as well as ensuring proper location, positioning, and looking for new hazards which may need to be covered.

A high pressure hydro-test is required not less than every 5 years and a visual inspection for cracks is done as needed.